16 Action-Packed films featuring The Mightiest of Stars! Take a mythological journey back in time with this herculean compilation of lavish sword-and-sandal films filled with musclebound men, ravishing leading ladies, malicious monsters and awesome action!
STARRING: STEVE REEVES, ALAN STEEL, MARK FOREST, DAN VADIS, RICHARD HARRISON, GORDON SCOTT...and Many More!
TAKE A MYTHOLOGICAL JOURNEY WITH THESE SWORD-AND-SANDAL FILMS!
Ali Baba and the Seven Saracens Starring: Gordon Mitchell, Bella Cortez, Dan Harrison (1964) Color 80 Minutes Not Rated An evil tribal leader is looking for ultimate power but must face the seven Saracens in order to achieve it. The aspiring despot captures and tortures Ali Baba, one of the Saracens, in order to try to win the Golden Throne of the Majii. With the aid of a beautiful girl and a diminutive friend, Ali Baba is able to escape the dungeon with the intention to finish his mission by defeating his rival and take his rightful place upon the Golden Throne.
The Avenger Starring: Steve Reeves, Carla Marlier, Mario Ferrari (1962) Color 97 Minutes Not Rated Aeneas and his fellow Trojan warriors leave their land after the fall of Troy to find a safe haven for them and the refugees they have sworn to protect. Arriving in the land of the Etruscans, the Trojans seek to have a place of their own but are rejected by the Etruscan prince, even though his father, the king, is fine with the agreement. The friction between the Trojans and the Etruscans is further complicated when Aeneas and the Etruscan prince fall in love with the same woman.
The Giant of Marathon Starring: Steve Reeves, Mylene Demongeot, Daniela Rocca (1959) Color 84 Minutes Not Rated This film is based upon the classic story of Greek hero Phillipides, whose exploits were widely known surrounding the Greeks battles against the invaders from Persia. Hoping to hold back the Persian army, Phillipides uses his amazing abilities to stem the tide against them, while the Athenians look for a way to drive off the Persians permanently. Will the Spartans come to the aid of the Athenians, normally their enemy, and will Phillipides be able to pull off another amazing feat to help his fellow Athenians?
Giants of Rome Starring: Richard Harrison, Wandisa Guida, Ettore Manni (1964) Color 87 Minutes Not Rated The forces of Rome are out to defeat the Druids but are shocked to learn their enemy has a powerful secret weapon that could spell defeat for them. Claudius Marcellus, a Roman Centurion, leads a small band of soldiers behind enemy lines to discover the location of this doomsday weapon and destroy it before the Druids can use it to attack Rome.
The Giants of Thessaly Starring: Roland Carey, Ziva Rodann, Massimo Girotti (1960) Color 88 Minutes Not Rated The land of Thessaly is overwhelmed with invaders and natural disasters. Believing the gods are punishing the people of Thessaly, their king Jason decides to lead his Argonauts in a quest for the Golden Fleece, to offer to the gods. Jason and his men must battle monsters, witches and foul weather on their journey, as well as have to deal with a conniving regent back in Thessaly, who wants the kingdom and the queen for his own.
Goliath and the Sins of Babylon Starring: Mark Forest, Eleanora Bianchi, Arnaldo Fabrizio (1963) B&W 80 Minutes Not Rated After traveling abroad seeking adventure, Goliath returns home to find his country under the rule of the evil Babylonian king. This despot has decreed the conquered land must send a tribute of virgins to Babylon for sacrifice to their god. Looking to overthrow the foreign invaders and stop the tributes, our hero travels to Babylon and teams up with a faction of rebels who intend to defeat the evil king.
Hercules Against the Mongols Starring: Mark Forest, Ken Clark, Maria Grazia Spina (1963) Color 88 Minutes Not Rated The legendary Greek hero returns in this feature, this time battling the three sons of famed Mongolian conqueror Genghis Khan. Hoping to continue their father’s plans to conquer the world, the sons of Khan incite their forces into pillaging and plundering the countryside. When the surviving heir to the throne brings the attacks on the people to the attention of Hercules, our muscular titan decides it’s time to wage war on the invading hordes and defeat Genghis Khan’s progeny.
Hercules Against the Moon Men Starring: Alan Steel, Anna Maria Polani, Jany Clair (1964) Color 87 Minutes Not Rated An alien race from the Moon lands in ancient Greece, terrorizing the nearby city of Samar, and taking the population’s children as human sacrifices. If that isn’t enough, the queen of Samar has made an alliance with the aliens in order to rule the world. Now it’s up to Hercules to save the day and free the oppressed townspeople.
Hercules and the Captive Women Starring: Reg Park, Fay Spain, Ettore Manni (1961) Color 94 Minutes Not Rated Hercules returns just in time to save a gorgeous damsel in distress from the clutches of a wicked monster. The grateful beauty takes him to her home in Atlantis. Hercules must intervene again to save her from her murderous mother and some unfriendly inhabitants. Hercules, his son and the maiden escape before the city and its population are destroyed.
Hercules and the Masked Rider Starring: Alan Steel, Mimmo Palmara, Pilar Cansino (1963) Color 84 Minutes Not Rated Everybody’s favorite Greek strongman is back and this time he’s helping the innocent people of Spain in their battle against some evil Dons and their loyal conquistadors. Hercules teams up with a masked avenger, who hopes to free the people of the tyrannical rule of the wealthy Dons and lead them into a life of peace and prosperity for all. With Hercules’ mighty muscles and the daring skills of the Masked Rider, the two men wage a war against overwhelming forces.
Hercules and the Princess of Troy Starring: Gordon Scott, Paul Stevens, Diana Hyland (1965) Color 47 Minutes Not Rated Hercules and his band of adventurers are sailing the ocean and they rescue a band of Trojans who are the prisoners of some pirates. Hercules learns the Trojans have fled their homeland to prevent their daughters from being sacrificed to a giant sea monster. Vowing to help his newfound friends, Hercules and his crew sail to Troy where Hercules hopes to defeat the monster and free the people of Troy.
Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon Starring: Peter Lupus, Anna Maria Polani, Helga Line (1964) Color 86 Minutes Not Rated Peter Lupus of Mission Impossible fame stars as the legendary Hercules. He is on a mission to rescue the beautiful Queen of the Hellenes, who has been kidnapped and enslaved by the ruler of Babylon.
Hercules Unchained Starring: Steve Reeves, Sylvia Koscina, Sylvia Lopez (1959) Color 97 Minutes Not Rated Hercules exercises poor judgment when he quenches his thirst from an enchanted spring en route to a diplomatic mission in Thebes. He promptly loses his memory and gets sidetracked in the pleasure gardens of Queen Omphale. Ulysses, his young companion, desperately tries to help him regain his memory, but in the meantime, the situation in Thebes is reaching boiling point. To make matters worse Hercules’ young wife Iole faces imminent danger.
Herod the Great Starring: Edmund Purdom, Sylvia Lopez, Alberto Lupo (1960) Color 93 Minutes Not Rated An Italian biblical epic depicting the downfall of Herod, the King of Judea. Herod is forced to deal with his rapidly crumbling kingdom due to his failed alliance with Anthony. He must also deal with the numerous advances of younger men on his wife. Eventually he succumbs to the pressures and declares that all first-born males in the kingdom must be killed.
Kindar the Invulnerable Starring: Mark Forest, Mimmo Palmara, Howard Ross (1964) Color 97 Minutes Not Rated Kindar is the young son of a sultan who is struck by lightning at his birth, granting him invulnerability but killing his mother in the process. A short time later, Kindar is taken from his family and raised by a rebel leader, who hopes to one day overthrow the sultan. Years later, Kindar falls in love with the woman engaged to his brother and ends up battling his brother in a fight that will determine the fate of the sultan’s kingdom.
Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators Starring: Dan Vadis, Helga Line, Alfredo Varelli (1964) Color 99 Minutes Not Reated This “sword and sandal” tale recounts the gladiator rebellion led by Spartacus, who organizes a revolt of his fellow gladiators to stop the cruelty of the Coliseum games. At the time, gladiators were forced to fight each other to the death for the entertainment of the rich and powerful members of Roman society. Spartacus and his band of gladiators escape from the pens of the Coliseum and are pursued by Roman centurions with the orders to bring back the rebellious fighters dead or alive.
Steve Reeves, Mark Forest, Alan Steel
Richard Harrison, Gordon Scott, Dan Vadis
23 Hours 20 Minutes
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